The rubber part of the driveshaft assembly / CV Axle is known as the CV boot, which is secured with stainless steel clamps. We call it cv boot clamp. The purpose of CV boot is to protect the internal components of the CV joint by retaining the lubricant, and also acting as a dust shied.
Tripod Joint is used at the inboard end of car driveshafts, it enables power transmission even in case of angle shifting. Tripod Joint has needle bearing / barrel-shaped rollers mounted on a three-legged spider / three-pointed yoke, instead of balls bearings. These fit into a cup with three matching grooves, attached to the differential. The rollers are mounted at 120-degrees to one another and slide back and forth in tracks in an outer “tulip” housing.
How to remove a ATV’s CV Axle! This is the exact procedure for any Honda ATV, and very similar for most any other ATV, with Polaris and a few Kawasakis being the exceptions! Please comment if you would like to know if the procedure is the same for your particular ATV!